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Fenway Park

A September 2006 trip to Boston by RBT331

Fenway Park Photo, Boston, Massachusetts More Photos
Quote: A review of historic Fenway Park.

Fenway Park


Fenway Park is the oldest park among the Major League Baseball ballparks. It has a charm that you can't find at some of the newer, modern parks, and Red Sox fans (aka Red Sox Nation), perhaps the best in the league.

Rain or shine, first place or last place, these fans are there, game in and game out, cheering on their Beantown team. Fenway Park is truly a gem in Boston. If you can take in a game, do so. If not, at least takes the park tour.

Quick Tips:

If you are going to a game, bring a good amount of cash for food, and T-fare.

Best Way To Get Around:

Take the MBTA Green line to the Kenmore stop. It is by far the cheapest, fastest, and easiest way to get to the park.

Fenway Park

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Fenway Park Photo, Boston, Massachusetts
Having grown up about a half hour from its hallowed ground, and having attended many a Red Sox game there, I decided it was about time to review Fenway Park.Home of Boston's professional baseball teams since 1912, this classic ballpark offers much vintage charm along with modern day flare.The seats are packed in, leaving not much by way of leg room. However, the 36,000+ seats create a homey experience. Some of the seats do have obstructed views by green painted 'I' beams that hold the balcony seats up. Given the age of this field, this park was not built with a suspension system. The Green Monster is perhaps one of the most recognizable symbols of the park. The 37-fo...Read More

Member Rating 5 out of 5 on October 23, 2006

Fenway Park
4 Yawkey Way
Boston, Massachusetts
(617) 482-4769